Visit the Adriatic coast of northern Italy
Rimini holidays are extremely popular with those looking for some fantastic beaches and traditional Italian culture.
Located on the east coast of Italy in the Emilia Romagna region, Rimini is a historic town with roots firmly set in Roman times and a fabulous renaissance influence, so you’ll never be stuck for something to see and do. The gothic Malatesta Temple, imposing Malatesta Fortress, towering Arch of Augustus and breathtaking Tiberius’ Bridge are just a few of the magnificent historical landmarks that must be visited on late deals to Rimini.
Relax with a chilled glass of Italian wine as you watch the world go by, stroll around the awe inspiring monuments and soak up some of Rimini’s fascinating history, explore the surrounding countryside or relax in the shade of one of the estimated 40,000 umbrellas that adorn the fabulous sandy beach.
Quick Rimini Tips
The currency required for holidays to Rimini is the Euro
Holders of a valid UK passport do not need a visa to visit Rimini
Rimini is served by Federico Fellini International Airport (RMI)which is 5km south east of the town itself
Federico Fellini was born in Rimini, he was a renowned film director and scriptwriter, and the inspiration behind the name of the airport
Discover wonderful architectural delights
Dine al fresco in one of the many quaint piazzas and enjoy fine Italian cuisine and aromatic wines as the sun goes down. By night Rimini comes to life, stroll the beautifully lit beach front promenade and enjoy the hospitality of a friendly family run taverna, lively music bar or pulsating club.
Rimini holidays are all about enjoying the cultural side of Italy in a busy town that still manages to project a laid back ambience, no matter how hectic things get. You can book cheap holidays to Rimini at Latedeals.co.uk today and discover this magical part of Italy for yourself.
The beautiful calm waters of the Adriatic are ideal for swimming and children can spend hours playing in the clean, safe environment. Frisbee and kite flying competitions are held annually on these beaches and usually in early April, you can see the Italian Polo Cup competition.
Top Places To Visit
Commissioned by Emperor Augustus, this bridge is 2,000 years old! The River Marecchia over which it was built has since been re routed however the waters of nearby Rimini harbour still flow below
The Lungomare Augusto is located on the central beach front area and the place to be as the sun sets and the parties continue long into the night